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Final Fantasy X/X-2 Remaster Overview

Final Fantasy X/ X-2 Remaster is a newly remastered in HD edition that includes both Square Enix' Final Fantasy X and its direct sequel, Final Fantasy X-2. Final Fantasy X follows Tidus, a blitzball player who find himself in the land of Spira and journeys with a young summoner named Yuna in a journey to save the land from a looming threat known as Sin. Final Fantasy X-2 returns to Spira two years later where Yuna and her friends, Rikku, and Paine, travel as treasure hunters in an adventure that sheds light on the past and might change their fates.

  • Classics in HD | Final Fantasy X and X2 were two of the PlayStation 2's biggest hits, and this combines both games in a newly remastered, HD version for the PS3 and PS4.
  • All New Features | Both of the graphically improved games are based on their previously released international versions, which make new features available to audiences outside of Japan.
  • Classic Systems Return |Final Fantasy X's full voice and sound has been upgraded, and Final Fantasy X-2's unique Garment Grid abilities system returns in the sequel.
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Heading to Steam on May 12th

Fans of the iconic IP will be happy to hear that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster will be available on Steam beginning May 12, 2016. With a Steam release, players will be able to earn new achievements, utilize five new game boosters and take advantage of the new auto-save function.

A Brilliant Layer of Polish on a Classic Game

Over the past three months I’ve played a lot of revamped, rebooted, or High Definition, upgrades of classic JRPGs. Some of them were for reviews, Xenoblade Chronicles, Soul Survivor Devil Breaker Vol 2, and another was just for fun, Final Fantasy Type-0. This week continues the reboot trend with Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Limited Edition for the Playstation 4. At the risk of spoiling the rest of the review Final Fantasy X / X-2 has by far been the best of the bunch.